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My backyard smells like dog pee? Is there something i can do to neutralize the odor?

9 Comments

  1. ♥Golden gal♥ says:

    Go to a feed store and get some bio degradeable kennel spray! They make some that will attach to your hose. Then just spray the areas in your lawn that stink. It takes care of the pee smell!

  2. chrissy da dog lubber says:

    wELL U CAN DO UR WHOLE YARD OVER AND PLANT GRASS ON IT. tHEN MAKE SURE WHEN UR DOG PEE U CAN PUT BAKING SODA ON IT

  3. Christine M says:

    I own a dog kennel and have 2000 square *censored* of grass I let the dogs out to eliminate in.

    First, I would scoop all poop. Then I would get one of those liquid plant fertilizer hose attachments — you know the ones that you can get for Miracle Gro and that kind of stuff? Then I would use a dilute bleach solution. That’s what we do here. Keep the hose running and keep adding bleach to the container when it runs out.

    It won’t kill the grass and it will kill any organisms you have in the grass.

  4. kckli says:

    You can spread lime on your lawn. Not the fruit, it’s powdered limestone. It’ll neutralize the pee and also help your grass grow greener. Most nurseries and home improvement stores sell it (Home Depot, etc). Even KMart and Target garden centers sell it in springtime.

  5. Jim says:

    Are you crazy train your dog to go in the neighbors yard.

  6. crystal says:

    you have 2 options, spray which you can buy at any petsmart or feed store or lime. keep in mind that the lime will neutralize orors and help protect your grass but is harmful to the dogs if they injest it or get it on their *censored* and lick it off

  7. Bill D says:

    use lime along with the scooping

  8. ManitouLisa says:

    Sprinkle lime on your soil and water in well either with a hose or an approaching rainstorm.

  9. dobemommy says:

    it won’t help the yard but in future add organic apple cider vinegar to the drinking water, it helps change the ph of the urine so it is less harmful to the lawn and leaves less odor

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